Children and Decision Making
Ian Butler, Margaret Robinson and Lesley Scanlon
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Based on in-depth interviews and workbook activities, the report examines, with children, how they negotiate their involvement in family functioning, rule making and day-to-day decision making.
The report explores:
- children's views on their experience of involvement in family decision making
- autonomy and independence
- the authority of parents
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